TO BE CELEBRATED
Banquet Meeting Precedes
City-Wide Mass Meeting
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.The Central Union Mission. 613 C
Street, will celebrate tonight and to
morrow the forty-fifth anniversary of
ta founding and the third annual
Chiral Union Mission Sunday insti
tuted among the Washington churches
itljrepresents. . , ,
Beginning tonight at 6:30 o clock
with a banquet and annual meeting at j
tha Raleigh Hotel, the celebration will j
culminate tomorrow at 3 o’clock with
a city-wide mass meeting in Calvary j
Baptist Church. Rescue mission super
intendents from many cities will at
tend both occasions, and tomorrow
morning will occupy pulpits in local
E. H. De Groot. president of the mis
sion's board of directors, will preside
jgt tonight’* banquet and annual meet
•tng. Spokesmen for the pastors of the
Washington churches will be Rev.
James H. Taylor, Central Presbyterian
Church; Rev. John C. Copenhaver, Ep
worth Methodist Episcopal Church
. South; Rev. H. Dennington Hayes, St.
Mark’s Lutheran Church: Rev. Gove
G. Johnson, National Baptist Memo
rial, and Rev. Jason Noble Pierce of
the First Congregational Church. The
business will include annual selection
of the mission’s ministerial council of
87 local pastors from the larger num
ber of churches owning the mission.
Mass Meeting Planned.
At thk mass meeting in Calvary Bap
tist Church tomorrow Dr. J. R. Sizoo,
pastor of the New York Avenue Pres
byterian Church, will be the principal
speaker. Assisting Dr. Sizoo will be
Dr. William 8. Abemethy, Calvary’s
pastor. Converts of rescue missions
will give five-minute testimonies of
"miracles of salvation.” E. H. De Groot
. The third annual Central Union
Mission Sunday will be observed tomor
row morning by many Washington
Rescue mission officials here for the
celebration and the local churches
whose pulpits they will occupy tomor
row are: Rev. Harry H. Hadley, super
intendent, Calvary Mission, New York
City, at Petworth M. E. Church; Rev.
H- H. Kratzig. superintendent. Union
Mission, Norfolk, at National Baptist
Memorial, and (evening) at Church of
the Pilgrims; J. Arthur Bchlicter of
Philadelphia, field secretary. Interna
tional Union of Mission, at Fifth Bap
tist Church; Lloyd J. Relyea, super
’intendent. Market Street Mission, Mor
ristown, N. J., at Temple Baptist
Church and (evening) at Grace Luth
I Minneapolis Visitor.
Rev. W. E. Paul, superintendent,
Union City Mission, Minneapolis, Minn.,
At Calvary Baptist Church and (eve
ning) at Central Presbyterian Church
fkmlh; Henry Reinhardt, superintend
ent, Bethesda Mission, Harrisburg, Pa.,
Anacostia Baptist Church and (evening)
at Brightwood Park Methodist Episco
pal Church; Bob Martin, superinten
dent, Eighth Street Wayside Mission,
Philadelphia, at Western Presbyterian
Church; John R. Mclntyre, superin
tendent, Whosoever Gospel Mission,
Philadelphia, at Chevy Chase Presby
terian Church; Harry Haines, Goodwill
Home and Rescue Mission, Newark, at
Eastern Presbyterian Church; Richard
D. Murphy, superintendent. Rescue
Mission, Syracuse, at Epworth Meth
odist Episcopal Church; A. L. Jones,
Superintendent, McAuley Water Street
Mission, New York City, at Francis
Asbury Methodist Episcopal Church
Homer Rodeheaver at Mount Vernon
Place Methodist Episcopal Church
South; J. M. Cottrell, superintendent,
City Rescue Mission, Youngstown,
Ohio, at Langdon Methodist Episcopal
Church and (evening) at St. Paul's
Methodist Episcopal Church; W. C. Bit
ting, Central Union Mission, at Gor
guch Methodist Episcopal Church; Dr.
H. M. Dudley, religious director, Cen
tral Union Mission, at North Carolina
,Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church;
Lawrence Sutherland, superintendent,
Goodwill Home and Rescue Mission,
Newark, N. J„ at Rhode Island Avenue
Methodist Episcopal Church: A. M.
Cooper, a director of the Central Union
Mission, at St. Mark's Lutheran Church.
Rev. Wilbur La Roe, jr., a director
of the Central Union Mission, at
Georgetown Lutheran Church; James
Trimble, a director of the Central
Union Mission, at First Brethren
Church; William H. Ramsay, senior di
rector Os the Central Union Mission,
at Takoma Park Christian Church; E.
H. De Groot, president of board of di
rectors, Central Union Mission, at West
minister Presbyterian Church, and Rob
ert J. Mllligran of the Eighth Street
Gomel Mission, Philadelphia, at Metro
politan Presbyterian Church.
John S. Bennett, since 1914 the mis
sion's superintendent, is in charge of
SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH.
Her. J. C. Olden, Howard U. Of
♦ flcial, Will Preach.
Rev. J. C. Olden, field agent of How
ard University, will preach tomorrow at
Second Baptist Church, Third street
b. tween H and I streets, at 11 a m. and
The Bible school will meet at 9:30
a.m. and the B. Y. P. U. at 6 p.m.
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Unity School of Christianity
Ralph E. Boileau
: City-Wide Campaign Iffil
| Practical *&t"' JjL
The solution for every economic,
social and religious problem. MMKSMti
13th and New York Ave.
| October 27th to November 10th, inclusive
| (Opening Lecture Sunday Evening ,
October 27, at 8 P.M.)
Unity includes all, excludes none.
Every one, regardless of religious belief,
i sect, creed or metaphysical affiliation, will
find in these lectures new light, inspira
tion and spiritual uplift.
Voluntary Offering A Paid Classes
JOHN S. BENNETT.
ASBURY M. E. CHURCH
Sermon by Superintendent of Mc-
Auley Mission of New York
at Morning Hour.
A. L. Jones, superintendent of the
McAulev Water Street Mission of New
York Cltv. will preach at Francis
Asbury M.' E. Church South, Sixteenth
near Lamont street, tomorrow morning.
In the evening Dr. J. J. Rives, pastor,
will preach on “The Prophet Who
Wrote Nothing and Did Everything.”
The Epworth League will hold its de
votional meeting at 7 p.m., with Elsie
Hall Woolf in charge. The Hi-League
will hold a meeting at the same time, a
missionary talk being given by Mrs.
Beane. The leader will be Mary Fran
The regular business and social meet
ing of the league will be held Tuesday
evening at the home of Anna Laura
Sanford. 1631 Montague street,
Prayer meeting Thursday at 8 o'clock.
• VISITOR TO SPEAK.
Rev. W. H. Pinkerton to Preach
at Vermont Avenue Church.
At the Vermont Avenue Christian
Church tomorrow Rev. W. H. Pinker
ton, formerly pastor of the King’s High
way Christian Church, in St. Louis, will
preach. His morning topic will be
“Things Knowable About God" and in
the evening he will speak on the sub
ject "The Culmination of Church
The pastor of the church, Dr. Earle
Wilfley, with Mrs. Wilfley. has been
abroad for the past two months and
will return to his pulpit next Sunday,
which will mark the beginning of his
twentieth year as pastor of the church.
TWO TOPICS ANNOUNCED.
Rev. N. M. Simmonds to Preach at
Highlands Baptist Church.
At the Highlands Baptist Church, the
pastor. Rev. N. M. Simmonds, will
preach on “The Promised Land or the
Wilderness” tomorrow morning and In
the evening on “The Joy of the Angels.”
The annual meeting of the church
will be held Thursday. The dinner will
be served at 6:30 o'clock by the
Woman’s Circle with a committee con
sisting of Mrs. Ward, Mrs. Bell and
Mrs. Johnson. After an address the
business of the year w’ill be considered.
I A DUCT 1 Oct. 27 to Nov.
JAI liL I 17—7:30p.m.
The LITTLE MAN with
the BIG MESSAGE
Brightwood Park Church
Eighth and Jefferson St*. N.W.
Near 14th St. and Ga. Ave. Car Line*
October 27, 1929
8 O’clock P.M.
Calvary Baptist Church
Bth and H St«. N.W.
Rev. Wm. S. Abernethy
Rev. Homer J. Councillor
All club members, tbeir
families ami friends are most jij
cordially invited to attend
District GRAND MASTER and |l
National and State Officer*
1 The National League of
j Masonic Clubs
THE EYE'NTXG ST AH. TYASHITOTOy, Ts. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26,
RELIGION IN AGE
OF MACHINE. TOPIC
Universalist Pastor of Min
neapolis to Address Con
Dr. Marlon Daniel Shutter, pastor of
First Universalist Church of Minneapo
lis and president of the Universalist
General Convention from 1911 to 1915,
will preach tomorrow morning at First
Congregational Church on "Religion in
An Age of Machinery.”
Dr. Jason Noble Pierce, the pastor,
will give the sermon prelude on “Re
ligious Aspects of Current Questions,”
the special subject being "Law Enforce
ment in Washington.”
“n place of the usual Sunday night
| service tomorrow at 4:30 o’clock the
pastor will speak on "Virtues of Na
poleon” and his sermon will be illus
trated by the French film “Napoleon.”
The evening service will be at 7:30
o’clock instead of 8 o’clock and will be
the closing service of the General Con
vention of the Universalist Church. Dr.
Frank D. Adams of Detroit, who is the
president of the convention, will be the
presiding officer. The speakers will be
Dr. William Knowles Cooper,* who will
speak on “The Church and the Prob
lem of International Understanding.”
and Dr. John Murray Atwood of New
York, who will speak on “Universalism
—ls It Adequate as a Gospel of Uni
Dr. Pierce will speak Thursday at
7:45 o’clock on “What Is Man?” His
sermon will be illustrated by the motion
picture “The Strange Case of Capt.
All departments of the Sunday school
meet tomorrow at 9:45 a m.
The Senior Society of Christian En
deavor will meet Sunday evening in the
Sunday school room. Community tea
from 6 to 6:30 o’clock. The regular
meeting at 6:30 o'clock will be led by
Mrs. Donald L. Luxford and the topic
for discussion will be “What Is Wor
ship?” The Young People's Society of
Christian Endeavor will meet at 6:30
o'clock in the east'parlor tomorrow eve
ning. The topic for discussion will be
“Meaning of Prayer.” Miss Abigail
Whiton will lead the meeting.
Rev. E. Hez Swemm Announces
Subject of Sermon.
Rev. E. Hez Swem, pastor of Centen
nial Baptist Church, proffers a Bible
verse to the President of the United
States and the District of Columbia that
can prosper each one on the police
The verse will be used for the Sunday
night text. 8* o’clock.
The 11 o’clock morning sermon sub
ject is "Dismissed." The Sunday school
meets 9:30 a.m and the several Bap
tist Young People’s Unions at 7 p.m.
Special meeting will be held in
Brightwood Church, Eighth and Jeffer
son streets, beginning tomorrow eve
ning. and continuing until November
17. These services will begin at 7:30
p.m. each day except Sunday, when
they will begin at 8 p.m.
Rev. M. R. Japhet will preach.
Memorial United Brethren Church
North Capitol and R Street*.
Rev. Simpson B. Daugherty. D. D, Pastor
Rev. J. Herschel Cooper. Assistant Pastor
Morning at 11— " Costly SerTlre.”
Evening at B—" Our Commission.”
Illustrated by Hofmann's "Christ
Teaching From a Boat.”
Sermons by Dr. S B. Daugherty.
Btmday School for all ages. f*:4o. C. F
Societies. 7. Vested Choir. Good Music.
Pictures Distributed. Prayer Service and
Official Board Thursday. 8 p.m.
Tenth and G Streets N.W.
JASON NOBLE PIERCE, D.D., Minister
Sunday School, 9:45 A.M. Christian Endeavor, 6:30 P.M.
11 A.M.—Sermon Prelude by Dr. Pierce
“Religious Aspects of Current Questions”
October 27—“ Law Enforcement in
Sermon by Dr. Marion D. Shutter
“Religion in An Age of Machinery”
Sunday Afternoon at 4:30 O’clock
Dr. Pierce Speaks on “Virtues of Napoleon”
Illustrated hy Epic French Film
The Life, Loves and Rattles of Napoleon Bonaparte
Sunday Night 7:30 Addresses by
j William Knowles Cooper, LL. D.,
Rev. John Murray Atwood, D. D.,
of New York
On Thursday Night at 7:45 O’clock
| Dr. Pierce Speaks on “WHAT IS MAN?”
Illustrated by the photoplay
“THE STRANGE CASE OF CAPTAIN
Every One Invited Freewill Offering*
£ Mt. Pleasant Congregational Church 1
§ 1410 Columbia Road N.W. I
REV. MOSES R. LOVELL MISS LOIS M. KUGLER §},
jg) Minister Director of Religious Education J7l I
e 9:30 A.M.—Church School.
1 9:50 A.M.—Adult Discussion Group. Speaker, Mr. G, A, Stuen- s
1 densky. Topic: # ®
“Agriculture and the New World Situation”
if 11:00 A. M.—Sermon— 1
“Arc You Standing in the Way?
By Dr. Frank D. Adams, of Detroit
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31
i 7:30 p.M.—'Visitation. Aid Association lor the Blind.
I Washington Life Adjustment Center j
at the Mt. Pleasant Congregational Church g
MISS HELEN M. TREUDLEY, Director
Staff Consultation*, Monday*, 7-10 P.M.
FOR NORMAL MEN AND WOMEN
Office Hours: 9-4:30 daily, Mon., Thurs., Fri. evenings, 7-9. g
Tel. Adam* .7979 i
ii j c
: I j
DR. M. D. SHUTTER. J
I CHAPEL TO OBSERVE i
i Special Services Will Feature Pro- *
’ gram Under Direction
i of Dr. White. j
S The twentieth annfversary of the
' laying of the corner stone of St. Moni- jj
i ca's Chapel, South Capitol and L streets 1
• southwest, will be observed with special ■
exercises tomorrow. Rev. S. Henry
I White will have charge of the arrange- J
There will be a celebration of the
‘ holy eueharist at 7 a.m. Dr. D. Wel
-1 lington Curran will conduct morning
' prayer and preach at 11 o’clock, and
r Rev. Edgar C. Young of Philadelphia
: will preach in the evening.
' “HOW TO LIVE FOREVER.”
[ West Washington Baptist Church
Program Is Announced. j
Rev. C. B. Austin, pastor of the West
Washington Baptist Church, will preach
tomorrow, at li a.m.. on “How to Live
• Forever,” and at 8 p.m. on "The Ninety
North Carolina and South Carolina
night, will be observed at, the evening
■ service. Every one born in those States
j is invited to attend.
i CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
George Fsrnham. Pastor
34th and Lowell Sts.
Church School. 9:45
MRS. HELENA KIMBALL
Director of Religious Education
Morning Worship, 11:00
) Communion Service and
, Reception of Members.
Evening Bervice, 6:30 p.m.
Thursday. 7:15 p.m.
Teachers’ Training Class
THURSDAY. 8 P.M
: STUDY OF DANTE AND
THE DIVINE COMEDY
,17th and P St*. N.W.
“THE CHURCH WITH A SMILE”
9.30 a.m.—Church School.
11:00 a.m.—Rev. J. Gardner Ross.
- 8:00 p.m.—“Witnessing of the Spirit,”
Thursday. 8:00 PM.. Prayer and
Praise Service. •
COUNCIL TO OPEN
Convention of Sunday
Schools Will Be Held at Cal
vary Baptist Church.
The annual convention of the District
of Columbia Sunday School Council will
open at Calvary Baptist Church Mon
day at 7:45 p.m. The opening address
will be given by the president of the
council, Dr. Homer J. Councilor, upon
“The Present Status of the Sunday
Dr. Joseph J. Rives, pastor of Francis
Asbury M. E. Church South, will de
liver an address on "New Projects In
Religious Education.” Dr. F. F. Hol
sopple, pastor of the Church of the
Brethren, will speak on “Development
The conference sessions will open
Tuesday and Wednesday evening with
features, after which conference periods
will be held, under the leadership of
experts in the various departments of
Sunday School work.
VISITOR TO PREACH.
Services at Georgetown Lutheran
Church Announced for Tomorrow.
At Georgetown Lutheran Church to
morrow morning at the 11 o'clock serv
ice Wilbur Laßose, jr.. will speak, rep
resenting the Central Union Mission.
Christian Endeavor will meet at 7
p.m. Topic, "What Is Worship?” At
the evening service, at 8 o’clock, the
subject of Rev. H. E. Beatty will be
"Praver and Christ's Program for the
1811 Eye St. N.W.
Sunday School, 9:45 A.M.
Meeting for Worship, 11 A.M.
All Cordially Invited.
HERBERT LEWIS. Clerk.
Friends’ Meeting ’street. *n!w.*
AUGUSTUS T. MVRRAT, Minliter.
9 45 a m.— Sunday School.
11:00 a.m.—Meeting for Worship.
8:30 p m.—Christian Endeavor.
•Mg p.m —‘Thursday) Prayer Meeting.
Thursday, October 31 »t, 1929
Fourteenth and N Street* N.W.
Dr. R. E. Tulloas
President of Wittenberg College
N. J. Ave.. Bet M and N Sts.
J. Frederick Wenchel, Pastor
“When Luther Broke the
•its A.M.—Sunday School.
4tb and E Sts. N.W.
Rev. Hugo M. Hennig
B:3o am—German service.
9:45 a.m.—Sunday School.
11:00 a.m.—English Service.
! TIGM 6th and P Street* N.W.
\ blv/lv Pastor. Richard Schmidt. O. B.
8.30 a.m.— Bunday School.
10:00 a.m.—German Reformation Service.
CHAPEL. New Hampshire and Buchanan.
8:30 a m —Sunday school.
11:15 a.m.—English Reformation Service.
7 15 p.m.-—Luther League Meetings.
Tuesday night. Church Council at church.
11th A H Sts. N.W.
8:30 a m —B. S. 7 p m., C. B.
11 a m. and 8 p.m.—Dr. Wolf.
16th * U Street* N.W.
Maryland Avenue and Ninth St. N.B.
S. T. NICHOLAS, D. D.
SUNDAY SCHOOL AT 8:30 A M.
MORNING BERVICE AT 11:00
“An Unpayable Debt”
EVENING SERVICE AT 7:45
“A Heart of Stone”
Younc People's Societies at 6:45 P.M.
THE HOME-I.TKF. CHURCH.
GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH
Sixteenth and Varnum Sta. N.W.
GERHARD E. LENSKI, Pastor.
8:30 a.m.—Sunday School, classes for all.
11:00 a.m.—"What the World Owes Luther”
( Reformation service commemo
rating the birth of Protestant
ism, with sermon by the pas-
I B*o p m.—"A Great Little Book.” sermon
by Dr. W. E Schuette of Be
wirkley, Pa , in honor of the
400th anniversary of Luther's
Small Catechism. „
Vested choir, directed by Mrs. F. A.
! KUn *A CORDIAL r WELCOME TO ALL!
(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
20th and G St*. N.W.
Rev. Charles Enders, Pastor
9:45 a.m.—Bible Bchool
10:00 a.m. —German Service.
11:15 a m —English Service.
8:00 p.m.—Musical Bervice.
Lucienne Strocker, violinist: Mabel Ken
nedy. mezzo-soprano: William Bell, tenor:
Mason Hart, pianist; John R. Monroe, or
COLUMBIA HEIGHTS. Park Road A N. H.
Ave. Services conducted by pastor. C. H.
Butler, at 11 and 8 o'clock. School, 8:45;
Endeavor Society. 7 p.m.
Church of the Atonement
North Capitol & R. I. Ave.
Howard E. Snyder. Pastor.
Church of the Reformation
2nd and B Sts. S E
REV. JOHN WEIDLEY. Paster.
8:30 a.m.— Bunday school.
11:00 a.m Morning service.
Gallatin and 14th (N.E. Corner)
Bey. H. Manken. Jr,. Pastor.
8:40 a.m.—Bible School.
11:00 a.m.—Worship and Sermon.
7:15 p.m.—Luther League Vespers.
A Welcome and a Blessing Await You.
I LUTHER PUCE MEMORIAL
(At Thomaa Circle N.W.)
9:45 a.m.—Bible Behool.
11:00 a m.—Service with Sermon. Dr.
G. M. Dlffenderfer.
7:00 p.m —Christian Endeavor.
8:00 p.m.—Service with Sermon. Dr.
O. M. Dlffenderfer.
This Church Welcome* IOC.
ST. PAUL’S CHURCH PLANS
Dr. F. j. Bohanan to- Fill Fulplt
During Services Rt Rock
Dr. F. J. Bohanan will administer
holy communion at St. Paul’s Church,
Rock Creek Parish, tomorrow At 8:30
a.m. The church school will resume Its
sessions at 9:30 and at 11 o’clock will
be the morning service. Dr. Bohanan
will preach the sermon.
The first of the scries of cottage
meetings was held last Wednesday eve
ning. These meetings are arranged on
a basis of fives, five meetings at differ
ent homes, five consecutive weeks, five
different topics, five different speakers.
The speakers will rotate, so that there
will be a new speaker at each meeting.
The Senior Daughters of the King
will entertain the local council at Hock
Creek Parish November 7. Refresh
ments will be served by the chapter.
®I. B. S. A.
1018 9th St. N.W.
7:45 p.m.—Tower study.
Seats free. No collection.
St. Mary's Church
sth St. N.W. bet. G and H Sts.
Low Masses at 7, 8:30 and 10 o’clock.
Solemn High Mass at 11 o’clock.
Solemn Public Novena
Souls In Purgatory,
Saturday, Oct. 26, to Sunday, Nov. 3.
Rev. Redemptortot Father.
Masses at 7 and 8 o’clock.
Evening Devotions at 7:30 o’clock.
Forty Hours’ Devotion
October 26, 27, 29.
Closing Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.
I I ST. PATRICK’S 1
General Retreat 1
October 27 to November 1 |
By Rev. Joseph C. Fleming and p
Rev. William R. McCann of the §
New York Apostolate.
Sunday Night. October 27—7:30 . rel
During the Week—Masses, 7 and 8. ffi
(Instruction before 8 o'clock Mass.) (S
Noon Day Service (12:15-12:45). E
Conference on Doctrinal Subjects. ©
Afternoon Service (4:45-5:45). @
Conference on Moral Subjects. Bj
November 1 (All Saints’ Day)—A holy fi
Sl day of obligation. The Retreat E
S ends at the Holy Hour from 4:45 EJ
H to 5'45 P.M. jgj
@jiiSfSJSISJ3IEiSrSJ3J3®."SJi9/Sf3. , SJ3ISIS|3J3JBI®
Fourteenth 6t. and Meridian PI. N.W.
GEO. A. KLINOMAN. Minister.
Sunday Services; 10 a.m.—Bible Classes:
a.m. and 8 p.m.—Se^mons^^^^
Park Rd. Nr. Ga. At*. W. F. Smith.
i-s FIFTEENTH STREET. f-
S. Read McAlpln, Ph. D. Patter.
15th Bt. and Ky. Ave. P.E.
11:00 a.m.—“Moral Weights.”
7:45 p.m.—“Younc People and
The Christian Endeavor Bociety
will have charge of the evening
service. The Pastor will preach
and five-minute addrestes will be
made by Miss Ruth Jarvis and L,
_ Mr. Wm. Hazes. m
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1810 Vermont Av*. Northwest.
Rev. Earle Wilfley, LL. D,
II A M. . F"
“Things Knowable About God.”
“The Culmination of Church
Rev. W. H. Pinkerton will preach
at both services.
n 9th A D Sts. N.E. E
ri BENJAMIN H. MELTON. Minister, ■-
JOSEPH A. SCOTT. Assistant.
9:3o—Graded Bible School.
10:00—Sermon by the Minister.
7:4s—Sermon by Dr. John R. Mc-
Intyre. Superintendent of
the Whosoever Mission,
Junior Choir will sing at the
* evening service.
7 YOU ARE WELCOME.
Park Road West of 14th St.
Harvey Baker Smith. Pastor.
The pastor preaches at 11 a m.
and at 8 p.m. Good music. Oood
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Come Sunday... 3 O’Clock
Mission Mass Meeting
In Calvary Baptist Church
I Bth and H Sts. N.W.
Hear HOMER RODEHEAVER, Bi ly Sunday’s famous chor
t ister, singer and trombonist.
REV. J. R. SIZOO, D. D Pastor of New York Avenue
CONVERTS of rescue missions, modern “Miracles of Salva
a modern 7- By Coming, Help Celebrate the
etory building * ,
&« 45th Anniversary
Central Union Mission
Washington’s “Mission of the Churches’’
Always Open at 613 C St. N.W. (n««- »n<i p«- a«o
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SERMON SERIES ENDS.
Rev. A. A. McCallum to Speak on
In St. Paul's Episcopal Church the
rector, Rev. Arlinfton A. McCallum,
has been giving a course of sermons
dealing with the church facing the
present-day problems. The series will
end tomorrow when the subject will be
“St. Columba in Paganry.”
The late presiding bishop. John
Gardner Murray; the late Bishop of
Washington. Alfred Harding; the late
rector of the parish, Robert Talbott,
and many others will be remembered
at the altar in St. Paul’s at the sea
son of All Saints.
THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE i
Services at 11 A M. In the Assembly
Room of the Hotel Lafayette
The Leader, Mr*. Annie C. Bill,
Will Talk on the Subject:
“TRUTH v*. ERROR”
Sunday School. 10:45 a.m.» at Head
ing Rooms, 10 Jackson Place. Reading
Rooms «pun dally from Oa.m. to
p.m. (except Sunday). Read la*
Room and Offices dally at IS Jackson
Place, Second Floor.
Rev. H. W. O. Millington, Exec. Sec.—32o Woodward Bldg. ♦
I DCTU/ADTU KENDALL SL** I
I Li i VY Ul\ 1 il C. P. Ryland, Paster
THE TRIENpLISSTCHVRCH IN f —Rev *iHoyd B ReljjfaT'jjforr)stown, ]
WASHINGTON ft w ju gpeak on City Mission*. i
7th and Randolph Street* ll am— Evangelistic Services. Corns. j
REV. HENRY J. SMITH METROPOLITAN I
rutor _ t
■ - Sixth and A St*. N.E.
11 Vadiey ion*, 7 N?vr York*C!ty. ® f | Rev. John Compton 8011, Paitori
8 p.m.—Sermon by Pastor ' .'t~El«»rn
“THE ELEMENTAL CHRIST* <<J a c o b’ B Dream’
, BU , n i? ,7 B 8«. 9 U , Vee J I\n eS < : , V S p ,, m ,or Evon.nr at Srven r.rty-Bv.
a ; -gr_«_y« L Segjee.Thursday, ‘‘Hell and HeaVeil j
TPM DT F 9 30—Bible School. 10— Mr. Shaver
■J X JLJi Itl Jl JLa A-j meets men in Auditorium.. 6:4s—Five
l 10th & N Thos. E. Boorde. .nd^ermo^"* People - 7 jj
n Bible SchooL Oeo. D. Sullivan, aupt., GOER C AND C OROW3 T
i t:3O a.in. ————~ _
5 Gospel Services—Guest Speakers: PHyTt W E NEAR
3 MR. LLOYD J. RELYEA. Mor- , „ fIP IPI 7TH 5 W
n ristown. N. J 11:00A.M. A ** ** * #1 ft O.rf.
3 REV. J. W. O'HARA, Asheville. Revival Meetings, Oct. 28—Nov. 11.
9 ill ■H. C 8:00 P.M. Services daily.
3 B Y. P TJ. Program. Mrs. . n ? :45 . pm P V, H j
3 Hasel Brunch. President . 700 PM. Sm^reJ’rh
n "The Gospel Onl». and Onlc the Gospel St,* r \ir 1 S r * a w
3 Can _ s "'i. An ir rlra :: . *A viii bh<,n, :
S«h m a leader. Sunday.
F P O N D IV 11 am- J- Arthur
Jj A-' IN LJ _ .Sp Schlicter. Becre
-3 | Rev. H. M. B. JONES. D. D~ Pastor. P HW ,ft n ?°%il
2 11 AM BKpieach. Subject:
3 At 4th and Va. Ave. gE. “Praia Wea 11 h
jj g "DECISION WITHOUT KNOWLEDGE.’* |K r„ s and Shlme.”
8 P M 1:40 P.m . Bap
n At 17th and E. Cap. 84. Branch
=j “The Far-reachinr Sonni.” HR -i Dr Briers. S. S..
* A CORDIAL WELCOME! 9 3(h ? Y.
CHEVY CHASE I A. W. Tsdell. |
5 WAR D o" 1 CLA R K"p a £to i BETHANY
S 11 a m —“THE SCHOOL OF CHmiST.** HUGH T. STEVENSON. Minister
, :i 7:45 p.m. */JvD*J o nsyHAn7’ *”“**'& 'X "SS&& ’“ * W '
. I i S. 8. at 9:45. B. Y. P. V. at 0:45. Bible School. 9:30. .
■ : —— B Y. P. O s, 6:45 P.M.
I CENTENNIAL Bllv r
E. Hez Swem ton "McSS; nRATF .'“.••'J'J’ Vt 8B
proffers a Bible verso to the President UIV/ivL Pastor F. W. Johnson
::: of the United States and the District « fv-hunt claw* # or All
™ c »S m riV. h 'r. c ,S! l i p W r 4?ff Sin jfo«4 oFdi,roycm«.
RiSSf KMXtef&Xtf «.nd.,..:
SLSV *M PSP-ali A ' i*z?S£feß& mn "- “*•” i
it; TTT r; “ Thursday at 8. devotional meeting.
West Washington all welcome at grace.
Cor. 31st A N Sts. N.W. HIGHLANDS BAPTIST CHURCH.
Pastor C. B. AUSTIN Speakg Fourteenth Street at Jcnerson
11 am and 8 D.m. Newton Mercer Sinunond*. Faster
I 8 p.m.—Every Member Canvass. 11— “ The Promised Land or the Wilder
l,P m 9TSLs C - S ,nd 8 7-B. W Y ht p. U. g—“ The Joy as the Angels ’*
ii CTDOT 16th and O Streets N.W.
? pi K I 111 tb. Heart nf Washington for the Hearts of Washington
: * aaaVJ A l^ ev> s atnue i Judson Porter, Litt. D., Pastor ii
I 11 AM.—' “The Comfort My Soul Needs.’*
8 P.M.—“When the Heart Confesses Its Love.”
t gnnday gehool. 9:96 a.m.t B. T. P. 0., 6:45 p.m.
TOURISTS TO OUR BEAUTIFUL CITY SPECIALLY INVITED
NATIONAL BAPTIST MEMORIAL [
16th and Columbia Road. Goto G. Johnson, D. D. t Pastor.
|ll A.M.—Rev. H. H. Kratzig of Norfolk, Va.
8 P.M. —The Pastor, on “The Man Who Stood
1 With Them.”
a Bible School. 9:30 A.M. Young People at 7 P.M.
Thursday, Covenant Meeting at 8, “Christ Our Life. . Col. S.
j Calbarp Rev. W. S. Abernethy, Minister |
1 11 A.M.—“MIRACLES OF SALVATION.”
| Rex. W. E. PAUL, D. D., of Minneapolis
| g p.M.—“THE GOLDEN MEAN.”
Masonic Clubs of District Guests of Honor.
I JtEV. W. S. ABERNETHY WILL PREACH
| 7:4s—Organ Recital
11 A.M.—Junior Church, Rev. H. J. Councilor
9:30 —Sunday School
United Lodge of Theosophists
709 Hill Bldg., 17th A Eye Sta. N.W.
Sunday, October 37, t:!> P.M.
“THE MYSTERY OF DREAMS."’
Study Class every Thursday. S: 15 P.M.
Library open Saturday* from 3 to
Ri due*, tee* or eoPectlona
A Ten Command
1 Matthews Dawson
* Oct. *7, S P.M.
Paul the Initiate
Tuesdays. 8 pm.—Mahatma letter*.
Fridays. S p.m.—Secret Doctrine.
Reading Room open daily 4:45-6.
WASHINGTON LODGE, T. S.
Zion Baptist Church
F St. bet. 3rd and 4V4 Sts. S.W.
Wm. L. Washington. D. D„ Pastor
| 11:00 a.m.—Sermon by Dr. Wash
4:00 p.m.—Holy Communion.
8:00 p.m.—Special service under
auspices of the Grand
Chapter, Order of Eastern
The Public It Alwats Welcome
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